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10/3/2012 10:58 PM EDT
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mcgrathdylan
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mcgrathdylan   10/5/2012 4:56:30 PM
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Not sure if that is technically true, but it does seem to be the case. The equipment business has always been prone to big swings.

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agk   10/5/2012 12:44:17 PM
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This is a routine procedure in every company to strengthen their positions. Definitely all the active and efficient employees will be retained.

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goafrit   10/4/2012 10:20:59 PM
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Let me add that being a solar player could mean they are having tough time doing business with the excess capacity from China.

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goafrit   10/4/2012 10:20:16 PM
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These companies depend on human careers to balance their books. Very pathetic

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